Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Plural of curioso.

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  • Such biography was written not for statesmen and generals, but for what the Romans called curiosi .

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  • Se siete curiosi di vedere come sia tenero il grande pubblico rispetto ad un semplice refuso, leggete i commenti.

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  • Se siete curiosi di vedere come sia tenero il grande pubblico rispetto ad un semplice refuso, leggete i commenti.

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  • The seventeenth-century antiquarian Gian Francesco Abela, vice-chancellor of the Knights of St. John, has been called the Father of Maltese Historiography for his Descrittione di Malta (1647), and the Founder of the Malta Museum for his antiquities collection, which he willed to the College of Jesuit Fathers in Valletta, stipulating that the objects be kept "in perpetuo ... a benefitio de curiosi antiquarii."

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  • The people had all the gold they wanted and what pieces they had they regarded as curiosi - ties.

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  • Through the refurbished exhibit, Shadow Playground, we have created opportunities for children to use their natural curiosi ty for practicing scientific skills, such as observing, predicting, comparing and sharing ideas as they explore causes and effects of shadow play.

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  • Adnot, De incensa curiosi - tate, quae ambagibus alterius magis etiam inflammatur, in

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  • Rabbi Aḥa said: Just as earthly kings have detectives curiosi—the Latin word for the spies or secret police regularly sent by kings to mingle with their subjects who report everything that happens back to the king, so God too has detectives, and they tell Him all that a person does… The matter is comparable to the case of a man who has married the king’s daughter.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • Rabbi Aḥa said: Just as earthly kings have detectives curiosi—the Latin word for the spies or secret police regularly sent by kings to mingle with their subjects who report everything that happens back to the king, so God too has detectives, and they tell Him all that a person does… The matter is comparable to the case of a man who has married the king’s daughter.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

  • Rabbi Aḥa said: Just as earthly kings have detectives curiosi—the Latin word for the spies or secret police regularly sent by kings to mingle with their subjects who report everything that happens back to the king, so God too has detectives, and they tell Him all that a person does… The matter is comparable to the case of a man who has married the king’s daughter.

    In the Valley of the Shadow

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